Good will warranty meaning

Good will warranty definition

Normal warranty specifies that a product is covered for manufacturer's defects for a period of time or distance of use. If the item has gone beyond the normal warranty, the dealer may offer some warranty in order to keep your business. The dealer may pick up the costs for parts and labor, or just the labor, or 50% of the overall costs, or just a nominal sum.

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